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June 2005 - Page 2 of 5 - Bruce Clay, Inc. Blog

June 23, 2005

What’s going on at Google?

There’s been a buzz in the past couple of days that eBay’s director of advanced technology group, Louis Monier might be leaving the auction giant and heading to Google. This comes at the same time as Google CEO, Eric Schmidt is denying building a Paypal competitor while confirming that something is going on and the […]




Google Launches Enterprise Desktop Search

Google has launched Enterprise Desktop Search which “helps you easily manage the ever-growing mountain of information located on your computers and includes key standards-based administrator features that provide enhanced security, centralized configuration and easy company-wide deployment”. And, not only does it do the things just mentioned, but it does them at no cost to you–it […]




June 22, 2005

WebMaster World 2005: Super Session

Barry, aka Rusty Brick from Search Engine Roundtable, reported on a session held at the WebMaster World conference with some of the biggest names in SEO, Bruce Clay included, of course. The session was moderated by Brett Tabke and some of the other names on the panel included Mike Grehan of Smart Interactive Ltd, Daron […]




Google Wallet: Fact or Fiction?

On June 20th, I reported on the rumors that Google is introducing its own version of Paypal called Google Wallet. Today there is more on this news strand. According to Marketing Vox, Eric Schmidt (CEO of Google) said that in no way was Google planning on competing with Paypal with the introduction of their electronic […]




June 21, 2005

Webmaster World Coverage on SERoundtable

Barry, rustybrick, always covers the SES conventions. Now he’s taken his act down to the Big Easy and is trying to provide real-time covered of WMW. He notes that the coverage will be dependent on wifi access and that if you have a specific session you would like blogged you can request it in the […]




MSN Jumps on the Map Wagon

According to Marketing Vox, MSN is releasing a beta-version of its local search function. This new function will access Yellow and White page directories for specific regions. It is projected that local search listings will be mainly utilized by mobile phone users who need information on the fly. It was also reported that local search […]




June 20, 2005

Yahoo Index Updating Tonight

Just a quick entry to inform everyone that Yahoo has announced that they are going to update their index tonight. The title for this index updating has not yet been released. This is the second weather update, the first was in April (April 1) and was called the Tim update as Tim Mayer from Yahoo, […]




Google discovers the rest of the world.

Spotted via Google Blogscoped. Though they haven’t yet found roads or buildings, Google Maps has tracked down the rumored six other continents. Before now, only the US and UK could be seen without switching to satellite view but now the entire world can be seen and the countries have borders. Google often gets criticized for […]




Being Evil?

Speaking of privacy concerns, Google’s Library project continues to take heat from all sides. Panned by publishers and librarians alike, the most recent complaint comes from the American Library Association (ALA) and other privacy activist groups who are concerned by an agreement with the University of Michigan which contains no provisions for protecting the privacy […]




Google Wallet to Compete with PayPal

The industry buzz this morning is that Google is planning on competing with Paypal by introducing its own form of an electronic payment system called Google Wallet. According to the Wall Street Journal, Google Wallet would be similar to Paypal and would allow people to pay for online purchases through electronic funds transfer through their […]




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